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Quick update: Upcoming webinars, deadlines for abstract submissions and more...

Dear GHRSST community,
Some quick updates for you on upcoming events you should not miss! Please keep on reading here below to get the latest updates.

17 August 2021 Webinar 
"Surfing Ocean Data in the Cloud—The Beginners' Guide to PO.DAAC in the NASA Earthdata Cloud"

Which data is the Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive (PO.DAAC) hosting in the Earthdata Cloud?
How will I be able to migrate my process to access NASA’s ocean data in Earthdata cloud?
How will I be able to leverage co-located Earth science data in the Earthdata Cloud?
What If I need support or help navigating this migration?

If you do not know the answers, don't miss this short webinar on 17 August 2021 at 2pm EDT for 60 minutes.

Link to registration: (registration is needed!)

Abstract submission until 15 Sept!
Session "Application of Remote Sensing to Societally Important Regions: Coastal, Estuarine, Tropical and Polar Waters"

The CB15 session at the Ocean Science Meeting 2022 (#OSM2022) is very relevant for you all. This session is organised also with the support of GHRSST, specifically with the inputs of Jorge Vazquez, Marouan Bouali and colleagues (thank you guys for making GHRSST visible at OSM2022!). 
Jorge and Marouan encourage the GHRSST community member to submit an abstract by 15 September 2021!

Read more:


16 September 2021 Webinar

"Ocean predictions and observations in response to the climate emergency"

This 90 minutes webinar is a satellite event to the Ocean Decade Laboratories Laboratory 2: “ A predicted Ocean” of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030

Showcasing the link between ocean observations, climate models and climate services.Highlighting their importance for decision-making and for responding to the climate emergency.

Read more and register for the event:

This webinar is a joint collaboration of the Blue-Action, GHRSST, TRIATLAS, INTAROS projects: The Blue-Action project, the INTAROS and the TRIATLAS projects have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements no. 727852, 727890 and 817578 respectively. The GHRSST project office is funded by the European Union Copernicus programme.

Proceedings of the Science Team Meeting 2021

Pia Wind of the GHRSST Project Office is taking care of finalising the proceedings of the Science Team Meeting of June 2021. She will be in contact with you in the following days if she needs more information and integrations.
The proceedings will be later made available on Zenodo:
We will keep you posted!

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